To Be Without Worries

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To Be Without Worries
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Directed by Georg Marischka
Written by Johann Nestroy (play)
Georg Marischka
Hans Weigel
Produced by Günther Stapenhorst
Starring Walter Müller
Hans Moser
Walter Koch
Cinematography Friedl Behn-Grund
Edited by Irene Tomschik
Music by Oscar Straus
Production
company
Carlton Film
Distributed byInternational Film
Release date
22 May 1953
Running time
88 minutes
CountriesAustria
West Germany
Language German

To Be Without Worries (German: Einmal keine Sorgen haben) is a 1953 Austrian-German historical comedy film directed by Georg Marischka and starring Walter Müller, Hans Moser and Walter Koch. [1] It was shot at the Schönbrunn Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff and Alexander Sawczynski.

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